Daniel Borlack

Daniel Borlack Associate

Representative Work
  • Randgold Resources Limited, as Canadian counsel, in its acquisition by Barrick Gold Corp. in a U.S.$18.3B all share deal, which will create the world's largest gold producer.
  • Maxar Technologies Ltd. (formerly MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd.) in its cross-border acquisition of DigitalGlobe, Inc. for an equity value of approximately C$3.1B, and an enterprise value of C$4.7B.
  • TorQuest Partners Inc. in its acquisition of majority control of Polycor, Inc. as part of its merger with Swenson Granite Company LLC.
  • Lowe’s Companies, Inc. in its C$3.2B acquisition of RONA Inc.
  • Nevsun Resources Ltd. In its US$1.1B strategic combination with Reservoir Minerals Inc. to create a mid-tier base metals company.
  • Regal Lifestyle Communities Inc. in its C$764M sale to a joint venture owned by Welltower Inc. and Revera Inc.
  • Orion Mine Finance in its proposed C$537M acquisition of Dalradian Resources Inc. whereby an affiliate of Orion will acquire all of the outstanding shares of Dalradian, other than shares held by certain members of Dalradian’s management team and Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd.
  • Wabtec Corporation, as Canadian counsel, in its proposed US$11.1B merger with GE Transportation, a unit of General Electric Company.
  • Alltech, Inc., as Canadian counsel, in its C$521M acquisition of Ridley Inc.
  • DH Corporation in its bought deal financing and US$1.25B acquisition of Fundtech Corporation.
  • BayMark Health Services, Inc., a portfolio company of Webster Capital, as co-counsel, in its acquisition of Canadian Addiction Treatment Centres LP, the largest provider of opioid addiction treatment in Canada.
  • A leading diversified health care benefits company in the US in connection with its approximately US$400M acquisition of a private company that provides software and services to streamline benefits, human resources and payroll administration for employers and exchanges in the US.
  • A leading Spanish bank in its concurrent exchange offers in the US and Brazil to acquire all of the equity it did not already own in a Brazilian subsidiary.
  • A major US financial institution in the sale of part of its commodities business.
  • A global medical technology business in its US$1.7B acquisition of a US public company that develops and manufactures surgical devices, instruments and implants.
  • The sole dealer manager in an SEC-registered modified “Dutch Auction” cash tender offer by a company specializing in open, standards-based unified communications and collaboration solutions (UC&C) for voice and video collaboration to purchase up to US$250M in value of its common stock.
  • An international food company in its US$28B acquisition by an investment consortium, which was the largest transaction ever in the food industry at the time.
  • One of North America’s largest packaged food companies in its US$6.8B acquisition of a US public company that produces private label foods.
  • A leading US media company in its buyout of the remaining 50% of its digital news website joint venture.
  • The joint book-running managers on a US$750M SEC-registered debt offering by a leading marketer and manufacturer of fruit spreads, retail packaged coffee, peanut butter and other products.
  • The representatives of the several underwriters on a US$81M initial public offering of a global provider of online retail and institutional foreign exchange trading and related services.